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Oaklands

Oaklands is in an elevated position overlooking paddocks and the forest, surrounded by a cottage style garden with mixed borders. Climbers, roses, wisteria and clematis abound, potted grasses and hostas jostle for space with planters on the patios. The vegetable garden, fruit cage and orchard provide produce yr-round. Walk around the orchard, paddock and large pond or sit and admire the view.

Sunday 28 May, Sunday 4 June (2 - 5pm). Combined admission with Waldrons £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Chris & Caroline Biggin

Some paths have a step but adjacent lawns allow access to all areas.

How to find us

Oaklands, Brook, Bramshaw, Nr Lyndhurst, Wiltshire, SO43 7HD

Via M27 J1 signed Bramshaw & Brook, follow the B3078 for 1m to Brook. Then follow NGS signs.

More about Oaklands

Oaklands occupies an elevated position overlooking paddocks and the forest. The garden surrounds the 1904 house (not open) and is a lovely mix of English cottage garden plants and a more international collection of plants and trees enjoying the almost neutral soil. A collection of acid loving azaleas and rhododendrons thrive with some additional care. Spring flowers abound and are encouraged to naturalise.
Climbing plants adorn buildings and fences, wisteria, roses, clematis are some of many. A large collection of grasses grace the patio by the conservatory and jostle for space with hostas and imaginative summer planters.
The orchard's central feature is the rose covered well and is stocked with a large collection of fruit and specimen trees. In the paddock is a large naturalised pond, which with the wild flower filled hay meadow provide a haven for wild life.
The box bordered vegetable garden, fruit cage and fruit trees provide year round produce.
Take a walk around the orchard, paddock and pond or sit and admire the view.